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July 22 2003

HEARINGS

1. Document 83, Application for Special permit to build single family home within Watershed Protection District by Gillen Family Favorable recommendation with conditions from Planning Board and Planning Director

2. Document 96, Application for Special Permit from Circle Development LLC for 18 residential homes on land located off West Lowell av, Assessors Map 588, Block 422, Blocks 6 & 6X Favorable recommendation with conditions
from Planning Board and Planning Director


3. Appointments by Mayor:
ROCKS VILLAGE HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION:
Ralph Brown
(To Be Confirmed)
Stephen Pike
(To Be Confirmed)
Gordon Brooke
(To Be Confirmed)
Jennifer Camp
(To Be Confirmed)

HAVERHILL CULTURAL COUNCIL
Patricia Bishop, Catherine Eldredge, Lynn Murphy, Robin Thomas

CONSTABLES (HHS SECURITY GUARDS)
Linda Augusta, Gertrude Bryant, Stephen Twombly

PETITIONS

4. Applications for licenses:
BUY & SELL SECOND HAND ARTICLES
Carolyn Dion – 74 Hillcrest av

5. Application for 2003 Drainlayer license for Richard Taylor

6. Petition for Tag Days, Friday & Saturday, August 22 & 23, 2003 Middle School Cheerleaders

7. Communication from Mayor Guerin submitting FY 2004 budget

8. Communication from Mayor Guerin submitting 1/12th budget for August, 2003
(Item # 28)

9. Communication from Michael DaSilva requesting to purchase city owned property on Dwight st Assessors Map 409, Block 9, Lot 56
(Refer to Resources & Public Blgs Comm)

10. Communication from residents of Concordia Drive requesting a street light on corner

11. Application for a Special Permit for a multi- family dwelling at 81 Winter from YMCA
(Refer to Planning) (Council Hearing August 26th)

12. Communication from President Bresnahan requesting on behalf of Bradford College Alumni, permission to hang a banner across South Main st announcing Alumni Bicentennial events

13. Communication from President Bresnahan requesting a “Caution Children” sign on Seventh av near Main st

14. Communication from President Bresnahan requesting a stop sign on Emily st at intersection of Mt Dustin st

15. Communication from President Bresnahan requesting a handicapped parking sign at 167 River st

16. Communication from Councillor Fiorentini requesting a stop sign at the intersection of Hyatt and Kingsbury av

17. Communication from Councillor Fiorentini requesting a handicapped parking sign at 41 Grove st

18. Communication from Councillor Michitson requesting to discuss potential revenue from utilities for street locations with double poles

19. Communication from Councillor DesMarais submitting additional data for consideration for sale of city owned property on Locke st
(Item #27)


UNFINISHED BUSINESS

20. Document 34-E, Ord re: Parking Sanders Place – DELETE 2-hour Parking

21. Document 34-F, Ord re: Parking Sanders Place DELETE 10-Hour Parking

22. Document 34-G, Ord re: Parking Sanders Place Municipal Parking Lot – all spaces – 2 hours

23. Document 81-T, application to Buy & Sell Second Hand Articles – Kathleen Mangion – 31 Bradstreet av

24. Document 97-M, transfer $229,000 from Free Cash and Overlay Reserve Accounts to Education Expense

25. Communication from Russell Chaput requesting to name intersection of Winter, Portland and Welcome st as Korean Veterans Memorial Square Related communication from John Nazaretian, Local Preservation Officer

26. Document 103, communication from K William Krikorian, Ayer’s Hill Estates Realty Trust, requesting an extension for special permit issued on May 22, 2001
(Document 14-JJJ/01)

27. Document 106, Order that parking lot on Locke st be declared surplus

NEW BUSINESS

28. Appropriate $9,962,669 to various accounts for 1/12th August 2003 budget

29. Order that city accept Chapter 44, Section 53-E ½ authorizing cities and towns to use Revolving Funds

30. Order authorizing Recreation and Parks Revolving Fund

31. Order authorizing Veteran’s Memorial Skating Rink Revolving Fund

32. Transfer $108,535.81 from Ledger Accounts Landfill Facility Ward Hill, Conservation-Fish, Computer Fees-Parking Fines to Refuse Collection & Disposal, Conservation Commission and Police Expense

33. Ordinance re: Parking – 573 & 633 River st, Maxwell and James Street – Resident Parking Only
(File 10 days)

Committee Reports

Adjourn:

 

 
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